"Kingdom Hearts 3" fans are eagerly anticipating the release of the game, but rumor has it that a Square Enix rule is the reason why the release date is still uncertain.
As of now, "Kingdom Hearts 3" is already being developed, so fans are already excited for it to be rolled out. Until now, no definite release date has been announced, according to Christian Today.
Master Herald says Square Enix has a rule that gives fans a hint on the approximate release of a game title. "Final Fantasy" director Hajime Tabata had reportedly revealed the rule. more >>
For a limited time, Microsoft will be giving away an extra free game and a gift card for Xbox One buyers as part of its President's Day sale.
Xbox One fans who will buy a unit until Feb. 15 will get a $75 gift card on top of an extra free game. The President's Day sale bundle's free titles include "Watch Dogs," "Assassin's Creed Unity," and "The Crew," according to the Latin Post.
Based on the list posted by Microsoft, there are eight Xbox One bundles in the President's Day sale. Once the buyer checks out, the code for the free game and gift card will pop up, Tech News Today reports. more >>
The first-person shooter "Call of Duty: Black Ops III" has gotten a new "Black Market" update which brings with it three new guns, two new melee weapons and 18 specialist themes, among others, according to a report in IGN. The update is now available for the following platforms: PS4, Xbox One and PC.
The update was also announced through a video trailer which mainly showed what guns and weapons are on offer and what players can do with these new weapons if they decide to get and use them.
The new guns that come with the update include the MX Garand Assault Rifle, which according to the narrator in the trailer has "vintage" looks but is also equipped with "a few modern upgrades." The second weapon featured is the Shadow Claw Crossbow which is described in the trailer as a "semi-automatic" crossbow which is quiet and "very deadly." Lastly, there is the Marshal 18 Shotgun-Pistol which is good for shooting up close, as the trailer says, it is "like a warm hug." more >>
Most parents of children under the age of 25 can remember that first glimpse into the previously hidden, impenetrable darkness of the womb.
The ultrasound technician would point to grainy black and white dots and expertly point out the features of a tiny human and the mother would coo, "My baby!" and the reality of impending parenthood would be immediate and present long before the kicks against her ribs would convey the undeniable presence of her offspring awaiting entry into the world.
During Super Bowl 50, which many people admit they only watch for the commercials, a seemingly innocuous (and some might say hilarious) ad for Doritos snack chips ignited controversy on Twitter. The commercial was the winning entry in the "Crash the Super Bowl" ad contest run by Doritos for the past nine years. more >>
Oculus VR announced that starting Feb. 16, gamers can begin pre-ordering Rift Ready PC bundles starting $1,499 for a limited time.
Beginning Tuesday next week, Oculus Ready PCs bundled with the Oculus Rift VR system can be pre-ordered from Alienware, ASUS, and Dell. The bundles will include the VR headset, sensor, remote control, and Xbox One controller, according to Geeky Gadgets.
In addition, the bundle will include the games "EVE: Valkyrie Founder's Pack" and "Lucky's Tale." These two games are set to be launched with the Oculus Rift VR headset, the report explains. more >>
"The Division" open beta is set to begin on Feb. 18 for Xbox One players and on Feb. 19 for PlayStation (PS) 4 and PC players.
Ubisoft fans will finally get to join the open beta of "The Division" next week after the close beta, which was launched a few weeks ago. The open beta will only run for a few days, so gamers will have quite a short window of time to try the game, according to Destructoid.
On Feb. 16, players can start pre-loading the open beta, which is estimated to be around 26 GB. It is designed to further test the system of the games and generate feedback from players that they can use to make the game experience better, PlayStation Lifestyle reports. more >>